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Autism Motivation: This Will Keep YOU Productive! (3 HACKS)

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Autism motivation can be a struggle for autistic people, here are 3 hacks to keep YOU productive!

It is sometimes the most difficult task in the world to stay motivated and stay on task when you are on the spectrum and especially if you have ADHD also.

I have laid out some simple but impactful productivity hacks for autism to keep you motivated and productive!

1.Set A Timer:
Lack of motivation to do some thing productive comes from the ability to do something more fun. If you have tasks you need to do, try set a timer for the tasks so you know that you can do fun things after the timers is up!

2.Lists:
Create lists of all the things you need to do and tasks to complete, and have them visible on your desk, wall or even the background of you phone or tablet to prompt you to stay productive. A plan keeps you on track!

3.Use Apps:
These are some of the best apps to keep you productive as heck:
- Tiimo - Helps keeps you on task, and remembering to do tasks with a timer. Also has smart watch integration.
- Microsoft To Do - Keeps everything you need to do in an organised cloud synced to do list and is perfect for people on the spectrum.
- Notes - The best on phone organisers for tasks and ideas and planning, with awesome tools and featured baked right into the app.

I hope these hacks bring you the much needed productivity motivation that they do for me!

If you have anything to add please leave it in a comment down below. Please follow @TheAspieWorld for more autism content.


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